Completed Applications
Consolidated SPDES Renewals

Negative Declaration

Jefferson County - The Town of Ellisburg, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Town of Ellisburg Water District No. 2 will not have a signififcant adverse environmental impact. The action involves creation of the Town of Ellisburg Water District No.2 and construction of a Water Distribution System to provide potable water to residences and businesses within the Water District. The Project would entail the installation of 10 inch ductile iron water mains, 3/4 inch copper water services, gate valves, fire hydrants and individual water meters. The water supply will be provided by the Town of Ellisburg existing Water District No. 1. Installation would require the crossing of highways, streams and wetlands and would require state and federal permits. The project is located along U.S. Interstate 81, NY State Route 289, County Routes 75, 85 and 91, Matin Road, Emerson Road, Saxe Road, Tiller Road, Swan Road, Allard Road, Nohle Road, and Mather’s Mill Road, located in the Hamlet of Belleville, Town of Ellisburg, County of Jefferson, State of New York

Contact: Contact Person: William H. Fulkerson, Town of Ellisburg, 11574 South Main Street, P. O. Box 113, Ellisburg, NY 13636, phone: (315) 846-5138, fax: (315) 846-5072.

Adirondack Park Agency Completed Applications

Applicant: David R. Ziemba, President
Wanakena Water Company, Inc.
6 Hamele Street
Wanakena, NY 13695

Office: Adirondack Park Agency
P.O. Box 99, Route 86
Ray Brook, NY 12977
Phone: (518) 891-4050

Contact: George Outcalt, Jr.

Application No.: : 2003-180

Project Title: Wanakena Water Company, Inc.

Location: Five Ponds Wilderness Area, Wanakena Primitive Corridor and Wanakena Moderate Intensity Use Area, Town of Fine, St. Lawrence County

Comment Period Ends: March 4, 2004

Project Description: The project involves improvements to the existing Wanakena Water Company’s water supply and distribution system. The water system services 78 hookups in the Wanakena Moderate Intensity Use Area. The existing water supply system is currently located on Forest Preserve, and the distribution system is located within the Wanakena Moderate Intensity Use Area. The Wanakena Water Company proposes to develop a backup water supply, install new water lines, abandon existing lines in place and construct a new 26 ft. x 30 ft. water system control and treatment building. The project includes improvements to 350 feet of existing road, construction of 275 feet of new road including the removal of 123 trees, improvements to an existing spring as a backup water supply, and the installation of 6,710± feet of new 4 inch HDPE raw water main all within the Forest Preserve pursuant to retained deed rights. Portions of the existing system are within the Wanakena Primitive Corridor and the Five Ponds Wilderness area. The proposed actions will require an expansion of the Primitive Corridor. The new raw water lines will connect an existing water supply system (i.e. six concrete wells/cisterns and two 1,000 gallon water tanks installed in 1992) to a proposed new water system control and treatment building built on lands owned by the Town of Fine. The project also includes a crossing of the Oswegatchie River and the installation of about 10,000± feet of new distribution lines within the Wanakena Moderate Intensity Use Area.